Bramantino at Castello Sforzesco

16 May-25 September 2012. Castello Sforzesco pays homage to Bartolomeo Suardi (1456-1530), better known as Bramantino, great Italian Renaissance painter and architect.

On display are some of Bramantino’s masterpieces such as Argo, San Sebastiano and Noli me Tangere, which chronologically retrace Bramantino’s artistic path.

The city of Milan, where Bramantino was particularly active, hosts an important nucleus of works by the Italian genius, such as table paintings, tapestries, drawings, frescos as well as one unique piece of architecture, the Trivulzio Chapel of the San Nazaro Basilika.

General Info

Address Castello Sforzesco. Piazza Castello 3, Milan, tel. 02 88463700. Tue-Sun 09.00-17.30.

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Bramantino at Castello Sforzesco

Castello Sforzesco. Piazza Castello 3, Milan, tel. 02 88463700. Tue-Sun 09.00-17.30.